(third-person singular simple present horks, present participle horking, simple past and past participle horked)
- (slang) To foul up; to be occupied with difficulty, tangle, or unpleasantness; to be broken.
- I downloaded the program, but something is horked and it won't load.
- (slang, regional) To steal, especially petty theft or misnomer in jest.
- Can I hork that code from you for my project?
- (slang) To throw.
- Let's go hork pickles at people from the back row of the movie theatre.
- (slang) To snort from the sinuses. (Similar to hocking.)
- I felt something plugging up my sinuses, so I horked a big loogie.
- (slang) To vomit, onomatopeia name for the sound
- The cat just horked up a hairball.
- (slang) To eat hastily or greedily; to gobble.
- I don't know what got into her, but she horked all those hoagies last night!
- (slang) To move; specifically in an egregious fashion
- Go hork the kegs from out back, and then go to the party across the street and hork some girls back.